Technology is moving in ever larger amounts to the car. We have car computers, car satellite TV, and car internet access. Car stereos are going higher tech as well with navigation and media playback capabilities. A new single-DIN car stereo has debuted called the MD-DVD3.5T from MD Sound that looks cool.
The device is a DVD player that has a flip down panel and is NTSC/PAL compatible with a single screen angle and position memory. The device can play DVD, DVD-R, MP3, MP4, VCD, CD, CD-R, and CD-RW. The radio also has built-in AM/FM/MPX stereo with 30 preset stations.
The stereo can also play music from USB drives or SD cards and has a subwoofer output. The radio has 200 watts of power, 2V preamp outs and a rear video output for connectivity. The radio is surprisingly cheap at $219.99.
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